Paradentosis is an inflammation of the jaw bone, in which the tooth root is sitting. This inflammation can lead to bone slowly waning and that the teeth will losen.

The typical symptoms of paradentotis are bleeding and soreness at tooth brushing and eating. You should immediately seek your dentist if you are experiencing these symptoms.

Some people will unfortunately sooner or later contract  paradentosis. The disease typically starts when you are in the middle 30s. For younger people there exists a particularly aggressive variant of the disease, where the teeth loosen very quickly.

Paradentosis may be difficult to detect because the symptoms are not necessarily obvious or visible to the individual before the teeth begin to loosen. Therefore it is important that you attend your dentist regularly for an examination of the gums and gum pockets. Paradentosis discovered in time has a good medical prognosis.